An Educator from western Sydney has allegedly traumatised a four-year-old boy in her care by forcing the boy to sleep by holding his eyes closed, and held his tongue out of his mouth.
The Educator has not been charged, however, is facing an AVO taken out by police on the boy's behalf, which means she cannot contact the boy or his family.
Police started investigating following an anonymous call to CrimeStoppers last week.
According to police documents, it had been reported to the centre director, but nothing had changed.
When questioned by police Hamzy denied the allegations.
The boy's mother had noticed changes in her child's behaviour and that he didn't want to go back to the centre.
"He just said mum, no more school. No more school. It's really bad. it's disgusting... it's disgusting," his mother, who cannot be identified, said.
The Educator has denied these allegations to police and will fight these allegations in court.
Sydney Childcare Worker Accused Of Traumatising Four-Year-Old Boy, National Nine News, 5 November 2019